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Pipeline Leak Detection Applications

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    Innovative gas measurement solutions for oil and gas industry

    Protecting a pressurized gas pipeline system from leaks and corrosion and minimizing downtime are among the most important responsibilities that oil and gas companies have. According to the National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) International, corrosion alone costs the industry over $1.3 billion a year.

    By Advanced Micro Instruments, Inc. (AMI) based in Costa Mesa, CALIFORNIA (USA).

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    Volume Measurement Overhead Tank solution for Water Supply - Drinking Water

    Application: Pipe with 0.25 m diameter, made of cast iron. Full filled. Overhead tank featuring one single pipeline and flow in both directions.

    By NIVUS GmbH based in Eppingen, GERMANY.

  • Portable Gas Leak Detector for Combustion Gas Leak Detection

    In recent years, combustible gas leak detection has grown in importance because of increased safety concerns, performances of products/systems, liability concerns, health concerns, and warranties. Gas leak detection is a way of nondestructive testing of dangerous combustible gases from sealed components or systems. Leaks can easily result from poor seals and connections, as well as from inadequate welds. Slow gas leaks from small defects or vibrations can be dangerous, expensive, frustrating, time consuming, and...

    By E Instruments - Sauermann Group based in Langhorne, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

  • Gas Leak Detector Device for Security Natural Gas Lines

    Natural gas - an ideal energy: Natural gas is versatile, economical and environmentally friendly. Natural gas passes through underground pipelines from the sources to the distribution centers. All pipelines, transfer stations and other facilities have to be inspected regularly and conscientiously.

    By Pergam-Suisse AG based in Zürich, SWITZERLAND.

  • Assessing underground infrastructure for wastewater industry

    Nuclear and coal are still significant means of producing energy for electricity which is crucial for daily functionality. In order to generate power that meets everyday needs, pipeline infrastructure at these facilities need to be well maintained. Proactive inspections of these pipeline networks can improve pipeline integrity and safety for owners of power generation assets, as well as be a cost-effective means of maintaining them. The nation’s economy depends on electricity being available 24/7. EnTech...

    By EnTech Engineering Company based in Saint Louis, MISSOURI (USA).

  • Laser Based Remote Sensing Instruments for Gas Detection Industry

    The Raman spectroscopy technique has been developed by scientists in the laboratory for remotely detecting specific gases in the atmosphere. Raymetrics has received sufficient industry interest to begin turning this technique into an operational product.

    By Raymetrics S.A. based in Athens, GREECE.

  • Gas Detection Solutions for Pipeline Leak Detection

    Natural gas pipeline owners require improved routine monitoring of pipelines for safety, economic and regulatory reasons. Leaking natural gas can cause explosions leading to loss of life and property. Loss of product through undetected leaks dramatically reduces a pipeline operator’s profitability.

    By Boreal Laser Inc. based in Edmonton, ALBERTA (CANADA).

  • Laser detection solutions for pipeline leak detection

    Unwanted liquid hydrocarbon releases from oil refineries and pipelines, as well as transportation facilities are critical infrastructure integrity/safety and environmental health concerns. Real-time sensing of these releases has to deal with complex natural and anthropogenic targets usually containing a multitude of substances producing overlapping signals. Using Laser Induced Fluorescence (LIF), LDI LiDARs are able to deal with these complex environmental factors and still detect and quantify unwanted releases...

    By Laser Diagnostic Instruments AS based in Tallinn, ESTONIA.

  • Wireless industrial I/O applications for the oil and gas Industry

    Banner Engineering`s SureCross product line offers reliable wireless industrial I/O monitoring and control solutions for most applications, including these examples of wireless installations for the oil and gas industry.

    By Banner Engineering Corp. based in Minneapolis, MINNESOTA (USA).

  • Assessing underground infrastructure for energy & refining industry

    Nuclear and coal are still significant means of producing energy for electricity which is crucial for daily functionality. In order to generate power that meets everyday needs, pipeline infrastructure at these facilities need to be well maintained. Proactive inspections of these pipeline networks can improve pipeline integrity and safety for owners of power generation assets, as well as be a cost-effective means of maintaining them. The nation’s economy depends on electricity being available 24/7. EnTech®...

    By EnTech Engineering Company based in Saint Louis, MISSOURI (USA).

  • Gas Detection Solutions for Liquified Natural Gas Detection

    Liquefied natural gas owners require improved routine monitoring of facilities for safety, economic and regulatory reasons. Leaking LNG can cause explosions leading to loss of life and property. Loss of product through undetected leaks dramatically reduces a pipeline operator’s profitability. Traditional gas detectors are slow to reach and require a labour intensive process to keep maintained. IR detectors have been used but with limited success because of cross interference from other atmospheric gases.

    By Boreal Laser Inc. based in Edmonton, ALBERTA (CANADA).

  • Leak Detection for Gas Pipelines

    GasFinderFC can be configured with a customized probe and GPS system, and mounted in a vehicle or helicopter, to enable rapid, unambiguous detection and quantification of pipeline leaks.

    By Boreal Laser Inc. based in Edmonton, ALBERTA (CANADA).

  • Dye Tracing

    Monitoring the dilution and movement of a tracer introduced into the water column provides an excellent means of determining the path that may be followed by a discharge and the rate at which dilution is likely to take place. Fluorescent dyes such as Rhodamine, Fluorescein or Agma are the most frequently used tracers for such investigations. Chelsea Technologies has been providing dye tracing systems for over 30 years. Typical applications include sub-sea pipeline leak detection, pollution studies, natural water...

    By Chelsea Technologies Group based in West Molesey, UNITED KINGDOM.

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